Is there a serious case to be made for impeaching President Obama?

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There are many rank and file Republicans who believe President Obama should be impeached. They point to what they believe are numerous impeachable offenses, including the most serious charge; a deliberate failure to "faithfully execute" the laws of the United States.

Democrats and the press ridicule the notion of impeachment, saying that the very high bar set by the Founders to remove a president has not been met.

Aside from the notion that impeachment is impracticable, is it time for a serious discussion about reversing the election of 2012 and removing President Obama from office?

This week's epsiode of the RINO Hour of Power will feature Washingtin insider Bridget Johnson and IDB editorial writer Monica Showalter. The panel will examine issues  raised by the impeachment debate and ask whether there is actually a serious case to be made for it.

The show will stream live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.

 

 

 

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